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its survival. mandy drury is here with what's moving your money. good morning, mandy. >> good morning to you, chris. you're absolutely right. from august, no mail on saturday. but packages will continue six days a week, and it's also aimed at saving about $2 billion annually. so all in all, wouldn't you say a good thing. in australia, we've never had saturday mail and it hasn't hurt us. anyway, why is package delivery going to continue? well, it has increased by 14% since 2010, chris. the delivery of letters and other mail, as you can imagine, has been declining with the increasing use of e-mail. also post offices now open on saturdays will remain open on saturdays. and the postmaster general thinks that most americans are going to take this new schedule in stride and be onboard. let's listen in. >> 70% of americans have consistently said that they would support five-day schedule for mail and package delivery given the financial condition of the postal service. >> and also, keep in mind, you know what the post office's biggest problem is, chris? it's not really so much due to
. ooh, la-la! >>> i'm mandy drury with your cnbc market wrap. the dow jumped by 149 points closing above 14,000 for the first time since 2007. the s&p added 15 points and the nasdaq gained 37. 157,000 new jobs were created last month with the unemployment rate ticking up to 7.9%. the numbers were slightly weaker than estimates but investors were conferred by upward revisions to november and december's numbers. more positive data on consumer sentiment, manufacturing, and construction spending also helped to push stocks higher. that is it from cnbc, first in business worldwide. have a great weekend, everybody. now it's back over to "hardball." ♪ >>> welcome back to "hardball." we're seeing a trend i'd say. republican men behaving badly. in fact, they're talking exactly the way they did in the four years leading up to their 2012 election disaster. apparently losing a presidential election senate house seats hasn't dissuaded some republicans from putting their worst feet forward. take chuck hagel's confirmation hearing. some of which we've been talking about already tonight. and secr
white house to develop stricter penalties against cyber theft. cnbc's mandy drury is here with the details in what's moving your money. this story is getting a lot of traction. >> it is, the obama administration does need to get serious about this. it really is increasing evidence of a campaign not just like one offs but a campaign of cyber stealing and, you're right, it has been linked to the chinese government. they are looking to develop a more aggressive response which could include -- we're talking about the theft of u.s. government data and corporate trade secrets, it could include new measures like fines and other trade actions against apple has confirmed that had has been a victim of the widest known cyber attack on the computers and try to down play the consequences and say no important data was stolen. as yet the full extent of the breach is not entirely clear. what we do no, hackers infected mac computers of apple employees with malicious software that has been designed to attack mac computers and reps for apple say they are working with law enforcement officers to try a
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